It's been a busy year and I'm a bit overwhelmed.
Maybe my least favorite trope: completely ignoring all the rules you're told will keep you safe without ever learning or showing that it's beyond the character's will and then being shocked and full of regret when the bad things happen.
A tea shop, part of a chain, that was near my hotel, and my last spot in Taipei.
Moral of the story: Talk to your friends and always take medicine as directed.
This chain (found worldwide) has amazing dumplings.
With the slow death of the indie bookstores I use to frequent I tend to now go to a used bookstore chain that has become my favorite.
Oh how I've missed options of bagel flavors.
It's kind of weird reading a book that you thought you had an idea of what the plot is only for it to be something completely different.
A tall building for great views and to see a wind damper in person.
What do you think would happen if everyone looked the same? If everyone elected to undergo beautification surgery as the norm by the government?